Congratulations to Merrie-Beth and Tim!
The flowers for this beautiful Memorial Day weekend wedding at Jackson Gore in Ludlow were all blue and green. Blue and green hydrangea, blue delphinium and green buplurum. The bride wore a gold colored dress and carried a bouquet of blue hydrangea, champagne roses and green buplerum with stems wrapped in gold satin ribbon. The groom wore a boutonniere of one champagne rose with a little blue hydrangea, while all the groomsmen wore blue hydrangea.
Her attendants all wore navy blue dresses and carried a simple bouquet of one stem of blue hydrangea with green buplerum and navy blue ribbon wrapped stems.
The two flower girls carried beautiful little baskets that were handmade by the grooms mother! Such talent! I used one blue hydrangea in each with a navy blue ribbon tied to the front.
Flower girl baskets
Some of the mothers and grandmothers wore wrist corsages made of blue delphinium, others wore pin on corsages with the same flowers.
Centerpieces were made mostly of two stems of hydrangea and green bulperum. Some centerpieces also had green spider mums or blue delphinium included with the vases all wrapped in green silk ribbon.
A cupcake display with a small cake at the very top took place of a traditional wedding cake.
They looked so tempting, but I resisted!
The rain from Saturday cleared and the weather on Sunday turned out to be gorgeous for the wedding!